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Bye-laws adopted by the Galway County Council this week, and which come into effect on Friday March 1, will see 80kmph speed limits on some roads reduced to 60kmph.
Discretionary funding has been allocated for the erection of warning signs in the Turloughmore area, to address local concerns about “the increased number of speeding lorries on this stretch of the road”.
Galway county councillors have hit out about the role of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) in planning permission applications around the county.
New speed limit bye-laws adopted by the Galway County Council, which will see 80kmph limits on some roads being reduced to 60 kmph, will not come into force until next February.
Athenry-Oranmore councillors have voted by four to one to reject the proposed 2019 budget for the Athenry-Oranmore Municipal District, saying the area’s property tax and commercial rates are being used to “subsidise the rest of the county”.
Leaks and outages from water pipes on the Tuam Road have been increasing with such frequency that a local councillor has written to Irish Water calling for the pipes to be replaced.
A formal request has been lodged with the Galway County Council that the airstrip at Galway Airport be retained as “there is no possibility” of a suitable site being found for another airstrip “so close to the city ever again”.
Public toilets at Rinville Park, Oranmore, must be opened at weekends to facilitate the large number of visitors during this time, according to Independent county councillor. Jim Cuddy.
Independent councillor for the Athenry/Oranmore, Jim Cuddy, has welcomed the acquisition of lands for an expansion of Clarenbridge Cemetery.
The Ireland 2040 National Planning Framework will have a devastating effect on much of County Galway, according to one local councillor, who has gone as far as to call the framework "a direct attempt to depopulate rural Ireland".